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Furthur Live at Radio City Music Hall on 2010-02-24

by Furthur



Set 1: Jam > Truckin' > Dire Wolf, Mama Tried, Althea, Brown Eyed Women, Till the Morning Comes, Music Never Stopped, Touch of Grey

Set 2: Uncle John's Band > Scarlet Begonias > Fire on the Mountain, Bird Song > St. Stephen > The Eleven Jam > St. Stephen > Born Cross Eyed > Eyes of the World > Morning Dew > Playing in the Band (reprise)

E: Brokedown Palace


Collection Furthur
Band/Artist Furthur
Venue Radio City Music Hall
Location New York, NY

Source Neumann Km 184 Mics > Lunatec V2 > Korg Mr 1000 Recorded @ 1Bit 5.6 Mhz
Lineage Korg Mr-1000 > Audio Gate > Cool Edit Pro > Trader's Little Helper
Taped by Joe D'Amico
Transferred by Joe D'Amico

Reviews

Reviewer: gderic - - March 16, 2010
Subject: Gderic
Awesome show, was lucky enough to see this
band at the Portland Or venue, and I agree
with the sentiments of those who say "The Dead
are Back". Although there have been stellar
moments in various reincarnations of the music
since Jerry left,this line-up with JK at the lead
feels/sounds like "the real deal" something was
missing until John stepped in. Only gripe if you
will, is Bob, please let John sing Jerry's tunes,
the vocal mix between Bob/Jerry in the old days
brought uniqueness and balance to the music,
Bob singing Jerry's lines takes that away, and I
might add John does a great job when he's allowed
to sing.
Reviewer: Evan S. Hunt - - March 16, 2010
Subject: The Radio Is On
Upon listening, regardless of set lists and personal favorites, this show rocks ala nonstop!

This is an excellent AUD via Joe D'Amico and we thank him for it.

Easily, a 40 out of 5 star rating.

One can sense that the principle members of the band, Mr Lesh and Mr Weir have fully embraced the new lead guitarist.

John Kadlecik is the real deal. He's not Jerry and he's not "channeling" Jerry. I spoke to him personally about this very subject last April 18.
His reply was what I wanted to hear. He's just playing Grateful Dead the best he knows.

And what you have here is the very essence of John Kadlecik playing Grateful Dead the best he knows. And him loving it.

And what about us? We, for the most part, enjoy.
Perhaps we all had some misgivings about this new lineup, but given 6 months for it to bloom and it has a fresh aroma.

And what about me? I know that I have been back and forth on my acceptance of this band, but after hearing this show and the 3-6-10 show last night I must admit I am fully onboard.
Reviewer: jklieder - - March 11, 2010
Subject: mmw- to each their own
These drummers are fine, but two are essential for this music to fly.
You underestimate Mickey. He is unique in the world of rock drummers. You can have the "jazzy" sounds of of one drummer on Europe 72.
I'll take Live Dead every time.
To each their own.
Reviewer: beaks1981 - - March 8, 2010
Subject: Really???
John isn't Jerry. Jeff isn't Brent those 2 girls back there are not Donna. You can also make the argument that Bob and Phil aren't what they were 20 years ago. This run of shows has been GREAT!! I love this line-up. I loved Phil and friends, I loved the Dead , I loved Ratdog and I loved the Grateful Dead. They all played the same songs, but they are all different. To compare them is pointless. The real magic is being there taking the ride wherever the music takes you. Taking the ride with friends I've been seeing shows with for 30 years and now our children who can experience first hand the magic we felt. I love the archive and know we owe a debt of gratitude to all the tapers over the years, but there are some things you will never get from a download. So.. if you don't think this line-up measures up, then don't go to the show let someone that really appreciates the music have your ticket.
Reviewer: philipperivrain - - March 7, 2010
Subject: Furthur, la suite du Dead
Outre Atlantique, que l'aventure du Grateful Dead puisse continuer, ne semble pas produire un enthousiasme que les Dead Heads Européens auraient pu avoir la bonne grâce d'exprimer si ils en avaient eu la possibilité...Nous nous contenterons de télécharger les suite de "la suite" et de ne pas pouvoir vraiment pouvoir faire cas des quelques commentaires qui les accompagnent. faute de faire un, "un réel rapprochement"...
Reviewer: sheff2d2 - - March 7, 2010
Subject: I was there - it ROCKED
Insane set list, backing vocals really helped, Chimenti is lights-out and JK at worst is a fine solo-ist and doesn't forget the lyrics - at best he practically channels Jerry.

WRT this show? JK delivered a face-melting Morning Dew. Also - during Scarlet>Fire transition did anyone else notice JK lay down a few of same licks that Jerry used during the same transition for the epic Barton Hall '77 version?

Listen. If this is as good as it gets from what's left of "The Boys" 15 years after Jerry's passing? Then you should consider yourself lucky. The band is tight and Bobby and Phil feed of the youth of the new guys. Go to a show, close your eyes and dance again. It feels just as good as it used to - even if you've swapped the VW Bus for a mini-van.
Reviewer: au6ustconcretewest - - March 7, 2010
Subject: just saying, not really posting stars
Was referring to dude who didn't think Jk was good enough or some shit
Reviewer: SCARLETFIRE421 - - March 7, 2010
Subject: only 3 stars last guy?
did u listen to the whole show? this was amazing. hard to say bu better than the first night. i was at both and they blew my mind away. song after song after song.

HERES A LITTLE SOMETHING ONLY THE REAL HEADS WILL CATHCH!!!!!
during birdsong, which was written to Janis
joplin, phil sang it first of all. which i dont likehis voicce but this was morre than apropriate. in fact it brought tears to my eyes. in the begining of the song, phil sings "all I know is something like a bird within HER say...
and at the end, this is what brought tears to me: He then sings " all I know is something likie a bird within HIM say... singing to JERRY. Phil took the song and TRIBUTED IT TO JERRY! which made it perfect. and who other to sing it than phil.

I know hardley anyone caught that but listen!
Reviewer: methylman - - March 5, 2010
Subject: And Furthurmore
I'm so glad to see Phil and Bobby playing together. I just wish they'd have enlisted Jeff Matson the lead. Kadlecik doesn't have the passion or the chops to fill that chair. Sorry to be negative, and hoping I am wrong come Spring tour. Hoping to catch them in Jim Thorpe and Philly.
Reviewer: dead4head - - March 5, 2010
Subject: not sure
I listend to some of this and am not hearing the stellar magical jams.
with 200+ dead shows under my belt and have seen DSO at the gathering of the vibes a few times, (only time DSO was actually good was in 2005 when they did the dead/garcia tribute) this sounds more like another cheesey grateful dead cover band.
if they sell tickets for 10 bucks, then it's worth checkin out this band. otherwise, they are just going to make you miss garcia that much more. 4 stars for the sound
do yourself a favor and go listen to or download grateful dead 10-8-84 centrum or 3-28-90 nassau or 3-1-69 fillmore.
Reviewer: bluedylan - - March 4, 2010
Subject: blossom
Wow this band does have a ton of potential. Can't wait to see JK take the reins and fly. Still love DSO but these guys are great too.
Reviewer: jimphil - - March 3, 2010
Subject: awesome show
Thank you so much Joe for spending your time providing such an incredible recording. i hope most people realize the work you do to provide a free service. i was at the show and had it ranked near the top of the 50 shows i have been to(sorry to young for anything in the 70's or early 80's) being able to relive that Althea and Morning dew with your recording will bring joy for a long time. JK and jeff really blew us all away.
Reviewer: Furthurite - - March 2, 2010
Subject: Dead Head>Furthurite
A new decade...a new band. Furthur is exactly what their name implies. Beyond before and into the unknown. We all should count our blessings and take each day like Phil & Bobby are. This band just keeps getting better with each performance. I am on a cyber tour. Havn't seen one show yet. Portland and Lowell MA are probably the only two I will see. So far after listening to every show in order I can say this band is evolving before my ears. I'm sure a lot of you Furthurite's agree. Hell we all evolve into something or another and in my opinion it might as well be a new rock 'n roll band!!
I actually had a deja vu moment JUST LISTENING!!
Reviewer: mmw12207 - - March 1, 2010
Subject: to each his own
but personally i like the way the band sounded with one drummer. i understand they obviously like 2 drummers or they wouldn't have brought Mickey back but i really like the jazzy sound of 73 and 74 which would not have worked the same way with 2 drummers...that is very obvious if you listen to anything from 77 on (which is awesome no doubt but completely different sound). the whole thing turned the band into what I believe they themselves described as a freight train as opposed to a sports car with 2 drummers.

beyond that, my original point was joe russo is just as good (well i think better but i can compromise) than Mickey. I don't care what the grammy's or older heads say. if phil and bobby didn't think he could hack it he wouldn't be in the band.
Reviewer: johnlovesjerry - - March 1, 2010
Subject: snake eating tail
jerry stated that having the two drummers was like ouroborus, doing figure 8's on their side in your head.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WwDGcgJpFJo
Reviewer: jakmac - - March 1, 2010
Subject: JK is OK
No one can replace Jerry and we all know that.Herring,Haynes,and Green stepped up over the years and put a beautiful spin on the Jerry spot.Bringing in JK for this tour is perfect timing.For Bobby and Phil to bring him on board took balls.We loved Herring,Haynes,and Jackie but maybe this is the right time to listen to someone who has been,for 12yrs now, the voice,the guitar,and the soul of Jerry's music.
Let's give the guy a shot!
Reviewer: Round Robin - - February 28, 2010
Subject: 3346 Miles
This night blew me away, the previous night was good, but a warm up for this show. Seen DSO three times and the Dead once all last year and now these two shows. They're never coming over to England so I couldn't pass up the chance to see them.

Met some good people, loved talking to them and hearing their tour stories. Going from not knowing anyone who likes the Dead to being surrounded by people who do was a blast.

Probably the best gig I've ever been to. The drummers are doing a good job, sound was good and the light show was pretty good, especially during FOTM.

Hell of a night.
Reviewer: Jimbo4327@optonline.net - - February 28, 2010
Subject: Lovehaight man
I agree with 99.9 percent of everything that I've read on this page, especially moose76, he really nailed it well. There's nothing I could possibly add to his sentiments. It's about positive vibes man, it's always been about the positive.
The thing is I dont know where wayyy overated is coming from. Anybody that has ever seen Dark Star Orchestra perform never refers to them as a nostalgic cover band and even though you didn't say it quite like that, it is how it sounded.
I too have seen all configurations of this magical experience since 1995, when as we all know and as Moose76 so eloquently put it, it could have just as easily ended on August 9th 1995, but because they believed in the music it had to continue.
I appreciated Jimmy Herring's contribution to the mix, loved Jackie Green's style and even understood the connection that Warren Haynes shared with the scene. If you've never heard 'Patchwork Quilt', then you're missing out on the best personal tribute to Garcia from the Master Warren Haynes ever. If he can feel the man's magic like that, then he's welocome to play in my favorite band anytime.
Getting back to Lovehaight...I was actually upset when I first heard that John K was giving up his position with DSO to join Furthur. I thought he was selling out and giving up on a great magical experience that has given me alot of personal pleasure over the last 5 years or so. They've played some amazing freakin shows as DSO and as Terrapin Nation, those of you who know what I'm talking about will get the reference and enough said.
Excuse me?...Bobby can sing? Yea he can sing. And should sing. His own songs. He didn't take leads on Bird Song or Terrapin or Sugaree when Jerry was aive and now that they have a genuine lead guitar player that makes every song a new adventure again, and actually CAN sing the Garcia parts the way they are supposed to be sung, with tremendous heart and soul, he should be singing on all if not most of the Garcia songs being played.
(Witness Stella Blue- Taj Mahal, AC New Jersey AMAZING!!!)
If you truley feel that JK is overrated then don't go. If you think that the whole scene is overrated because Jerry is no longer with us then you dont need to share your opinions on this forum. Negativbe energy need not be shared, only the positive...
I cant believe you made me so angry that I had to write all this shit down. Overrated??? Listen again dude. This is the best mix possible without Jerry on board. I'm sure he's smiling down on all of us and especially John Kadelcik.. Rock on John!
Reviewer: a1pun - - February 28, 2010
Subject: Best two shows of the last six months
Great NYC crowd. Great energy. Great sound at RCMH, didn't expect that. Upscale venue. After seeing Hammerstein and Bill Graham shows it was nice to finally hear perfect acoustics in a nice setting. How cool was the Wall of Sound photo backdrop? Loved 1st night's set list. 2nd night more polished but more standard.
All this debate about JK: This is not a GD show, it's Furthur. They play GD material and do it better than anyone else at the moment. Added bonus is having two original members of GD for star power and authenticity. Of course we miss Billy K and Mickey but these drummers are great too. JK is not Garcia but who is? Garcia was touched by the hand of god as only a handful of artists of the 20th century were. JK at least knows the material, has studied it his whole life, and has an okay singing voice. I loved Warren but only cuz I'm an Allman's fan and I thought it made Dead '09 cool. But he was a hired gun that probably needed to be paid huge wages and was not deferential enough to Bob and Phil. He probably wasn't even that much of a Garcia fan. Jeff to me is the true anchor of this lineup but gets very little credit for it. Maybe that's the way it should be. Let everyone rant about JK, and about Bob singing too many Garcia tunes. Meanwhile Jeff controls the whole sound.
Highlights of this show for me were Althea and UJB.
Reviewer: Stargazin - - February 28, 2010
Subject: YES
If you are not feeling this show then you were not there. I haven't listened to this pull yet but I'm sure Mr. JD's recording is stellar as it always is. I'm about to relive the second set, myself.
This was just a night when the magic was there.
That's it. It was an amazing show.
The sound in this venue was just fatter than fat.
At some point someone on stage said, "I've never seen that before." I don't know what they were talking about. But that was the feeling at RCMH on Wednesday night. Tuesday was a very tight show but had a flawed set-list which was perhaps the source of the weird Bob-Phil vibe at the end. This show, following it up, just flowed like a steady stream, start to finish, everyone felt dialed in together, and the vibe was just right, the music was fantastic. This was perhaps the best show I've seen post-Jerry. THANK YOU PHIL, BOBBY AND THE BAND!!!!
Reviewer: Don Texist - - February 27, 2010
Subject: Clarification
My comment about drummers was to say that I just would like to see Mickey and Billy there. They just add an incredible energy and edge.

This show really has everything that I would ever want to hear.
Reviewer: jacnes3 - - February 27, 2010
Subject: better drummers
I agree 100% the drummers are not that good, I play better then them.
Reviewer: squillis - - February 27, 2010
Subject: Keep on truckin
From start to finish these shows keep getting better and better. Can't wait for denver. The whole band is super tight. Be sure you attend at least one show. It will blow your mind, and you will sh8t your pants. Lovehaight you are a douche bag. Can't stand any of your negative enery. Thank you so much to all you tapers, you guys are awsome. May the wheel keep on turnin.
Reviewer: tommyboy14 - - February 27, 2010
Subject: RCMH!
These were amazing shows with the whole band being on fire! Jk and Jeff tore that beautiful building to shreds!

Morning Dew with JK at the helm was as good as it gets!
Reviewer: 3gnl - - February 27, 2010
Subject: I'm melting
WOW!

That says it all!

3GNL
Reviewer: lovehaight - - February 27, 2010
Subject: wayyy overated
why is this guy singing Dew? Bobby does a great job...there no need for what his to sing..maybe the occasional song...but he's just a below average singer...ok on guitar (if unorigonal) Bobby and Phil, take a very good listen to Scott Murawski, Biily K and Mike Gordon knows he's the real deal, completely orignal and nbeen playing with Max Creek for 40 years (a real 'jam' band, not some replication of improvation like dso)..I dont what a the fuss is about with this Jerry wanna be to be honest
Reviewer: TheProdigalSon - - February 26, 2010
Subject: The Dead are back
I was standing at this show next to Woody who had been to 300+ shows since 1971 - turns to me and he said: "The Dead are Back!" I agree! Go see this show. I love Warren but it just didn't work for me - it does now.
Reviewer: youssou - - February 26, 2010
Subject: Jam in UJB
Damn, I had to stop the work groove I was in at about 8:30 into Uncle John's Band because the jam is so good.

Phew. Can't wait for Portland and Phil's birthday show.
Reviewer: 1974 - - February 26, 2010
Subject: late comer too
unfornately they were sold out quick here in florida
Reviewer: jetsmarch@optonline.net - - February 26, 2010
Subject: high energy jam band
I was fortunate enough to start seeing Grateful Dead shows on the magical spring 77 tour. Went to 3 shows that tour and never stopped. I was also lucky enough to go to both of these RCMH shows. These were great shows. The first night highlighted that this was a great band that is NOT the Grateful Dead. High energy After Midnight really underscored the point. The second night highlighted that this iteration of the band could bring it on full force. IMHO - They were not trying to be the Grateful Dead. They were trying to be a high energy jam band and surpassed all expectations. Frankly, the Grateful Dead toward the end of their career were getting tired and predictable. This band is anything but. Those that only have a frame of reference from 1990 and beyond might disagree.
Reviewer: saffronballoon - - February 26, 2010
Subject: again>
i found that eyes>of>the>world jam that melted about three dozen people.
around 8:00-12:30 be very careful with this.
Reviewer: fordfairway - - February 26, 2010
Subject: Great Stuff!
Listening to this show I'm not sure who's having more fun the band or the crowd. Wish I could get to a show but alas work hates me. THANKS to the tapers who give me the next best thing.
Reviewer: goosehead2002 - - February 26, 2010
Subject: WOW...great show..
Man ya'll done said it all, Im blown away with this show, vibes came thru, can only imagine being there..the old days come to mind hearing this music, Im sure Phil and Bob feel something too. Thanks to the band and the taper's for these treasures..it does feel like its a good time to be a deadhead, the drought's over?!!
Reviewer: rocko - - February 26, 2010
Subject: for a real good time
thank you to the tapers, thank you to bobby and phil for allowing us access to this incredible music, thank you to the fellowship throughout the years without which there would be no magic, and thank you to my higher power for giving me the gift to make my music and appreciate the work of others, particularly grateful dead music. this show, this tour, this configuration, and this long strange trip are so fine. i want to thank you for a real good time.
Reviewer: roch - - February 26, 2010
Subject: It was great
I was there. It was just great!
Reviewer: MyMasterpiece - - February 26, 2010
Subject: Smokin.......
Really - pure perfection from start to finish. Thankful to have been there and experienced the magic first hand. Hats off to Jeff, I'm turning into a big fan. John really shined. Blissful energy from the first note carried all the way through the very end. Really cool to hear Bobby having some fun with the crowd at the start of the 2nd set.

Great Quality - thanks
Reviewer: dawhip - - February 26, 2010
Subject: ALTHEA
I was not one of those who jumped on the bandwagon early on and, actually, couldn't understand the excitement and high marks for the early shows of this emsemble. However, true to our nature as deadheads, I've listen to most, if not all, of this tour, and have to admit that as they have gotten more familiar, and tighter, this has become THE configuration that works for me. ALTHEA is highlighted, because hearing pulled me away from the other work I was doing, saying to myself "Damn, where is this from?" w/o realizing what I listening to had no JERRY or BRENT contributing to this version. Pulled up ALTHEA because of the anniversary of having to put my "miss lady" down, and never expected to be brought back to a time when three of my favorites, were w/ us. Enjoyed the tuesday night show, and will dedfinitely spend my snowbound friday w/ this whole show
Reviewer: paxyboy - - February 26, 2010
Subject: Thanks again Joe!
It's great to have these shows uploaded so quickly for all to enjoy. Your recordings are great!
This is one of the top three shows I have heard so far- this band is really coming together
Reviewer: rockstarinjapan - - February 26, 2010
Subject: Good time to be a Deadhead
I also was a latecomer Deadhead, I saw maybe 18 shows tween 92 and 95. Didn't see a lot after that until I caught up with RatDog in the 00's. Saw a few, Loved every one; especially Orlando '07 with Kimock definitely one of the best shows of my life. Caught a couple Phil and Friends and loved those. Brought my 13 yo daughter to The Dead in NC at the opening of the 'o9 tour. Caught a few DSO shows, still in Love with the music. Now we get Furthur, I was startin to think we'd never get THIS again, damn. I caught the Orlando show, and I may be partial just cause I was there but I thought it was one of the top three so far (I've gotten to hear all so far cause of musicarchive). I just pretty much want to say this is an exciting time to be a Deadhead, this is the best incarnation in a while (out of some amazing, incredible incarnations). Not only that, I'm in Florida and tomorrow at work I get to listen to the NY shows, Fuck I love life.
Peace y'all,
Willow
Reviewer: moose76 - - February 26, 2010
Subject: Grateful Gift
Having been fortunate and finally old enough to experience the end of the Grateful Dead years in 94,95 only to have that anticipation and excitement shattered on August 9th 1995 I feel the past 15 years since were still a great pleasure. The band never had to get back out there. It could have all ended that early August morning. I think after having the wild completely removed from their sails the band has done an excellent job regrouping, exploring possibilities, finding different ways of moving forward with out becoming a novelty. I remember hearing that when they first began looking for a lead guitarist that they didn't want a Garcia spin off. That is a testament to their creative spirit. They would have rather found something new yet familiar but original instead of going with what was easy... I believe this band has yet again paid their touring dues and I have NO PROBLEMS with them hiring John to reconnect the missing link. He is the logical choice because he loves the music, has the creative skill/ abilities yet doesn't overplay or steal the spotlight. He collaborates tastefully and it looks like a lot of fun for them all. which is what Rock n' Roll is all about right?

I've been to all Furthur Fests, a shit ton of Ratdog shows 96-present, a bunch of P&F shows, Dead tours 03,04,09 (half a dozen each) and this Furthur lineup is just another amazing blessing, another branch of the Grateful Dead tree that I feel extremely fortunate to have been present with. I refuse to complain about any past, present, or future lineups and performances. These guys don't "have to" do this for us. They certainly don't need the money... I believe they do it for the fans and because they LOVE playing live music. If you truly love this music then you already understand that it is not, has not, and likely (hopefully) will not ever be a polished, well refined/rehearsed performance. They are not a band like Boston who sounds identical to the record. They get up there night after night and "Go for it!" which I truly appreciate... warts and all... I want to know that after 45 years they are still working hard to create a sound that is spontaneous and fresh with peaks and valleys mistakes and happy accidents. If certain arrangements don't work out, oh well, at least they are trying. At least they are up there playing.

I don't think we would appreciate the quality of the sound we have 15 years later if we didn't all go through the rebuilding, re-learning period of the late 90's through the last 10 years. Not for nothing, there was plenty of magic during the last 15 and if you didn't hear it man you weren't listening... Last night was amazing I mean truly amazing... The Radio City, the set list, Everyone's performance especially Jeff Chimenti!!!! He has been phenomenal on those keys for a long time and rarely do I here people giving him credit. He brings the best of Keith and Hornsby on the Grand Piano and the best of Pig,Constanten, and Brent on that organ... He is a carnival of sound!!! JK put a shit eatin' grin on everyone's face including the band and if you deny it, you are LYING to YOURSELF... When it's all said and done I guarantee you will look back on these tours, find the magic within, and brag that you were there saying it was amazing!

Highlights for me were:

Direwolf (great guitar work rhythm and lead)

Mama Tried- (Nice to hear the Haggard style intro)

Althea-(JK nailed it and sent my mind soaring around that beautiful place)

Till the Morning Comes(amazing percussion- perfect performance)

Dew- big crescendo and tons of raw emotion

Brokedown- brought me back to my first Enchore at MSG'94

Make no mistake from start to finish this show flowed and dripped with goodness... I can't wait for tomorrow night.

I'm giving it 4 stars only because I'm not putting a ceiling on this bands ability... and maybe if I can be selfish for a second... I would have liked to have heard one Phil Bomb..

Also some of the heads these days really suck and ruin the experience... When did everything become so "Thug Life" and "Gangster Hippie" it's awfull... they can't actually be real fans... I'm thinking strictly business... Honestly I've met cooler fans at a Slayer concert than many of the "Heads" over the past 10 years... Other than that it's still a real good time...
Reviewer: gojohnnygogo - - February 26, 2010
Subject: Monumental second set
Easily the best post GD performance I've ever attended. The band is on fire here. The visuals last night were just as amazing as the music. This band sounds as if they've played together for years not months. The song transitions were spot on. Jerry is smiling down on Phil and Bobby.
The music, what can i say.....it was a set list only dreams are made of. If the Grateful Dead ever played a second set comprised of what we heard last night it would have been considered a show for the ages, guess what it was.
Reviewer: RADU68 - - February 26, 2010
Subject: Where's the vbr zip files?????
wheres the zip file..... great show
Reviewer: childofthemoon - - February 25, 2010
Subject: Thanks Joe!
Way to get this one up so quick and a solid pull as usual.
Reviewer: gibsonsg75 - - February 25, 2010
Subject: Yes!!
This was one of the greatest concerts I've ever been too. Unbelievable second set, culminating with an incredible Dew. Look forward to listening.
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